As for sheer naked racism in the campaign, the prize must surely go to the 'Operation Black Vote' (OBV) poster, 'A Vote is a Vote', condemned even by the Guardian:
The OBV illustrated its vile racist and divisive message with two people on a see-saw.
On the left was a calm, serene peaceful looking Indian lady in her sarong.
On the right was a very angry white skinhead, wearing heavy boots, tattooed all over, pointing aggressively at the Indian lady.
Racial stereotyping of the very worst kind
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I found this to be typical of PC rhetoric. What we didn't see on posters by Multicultural enthusiasts showing this:
Indian women breeding with family( to get them citizenship here with all the benefits) and causing unseen and undocumented results of this with the children they have. Severe mental and physical disabilities. Is she not racist by not breeding with a white man? is she not breaking the law? is she not producing unproductive siblings who are totally dependent on state carers help?
Asian women who are tortured and beaten, raped and abused by husbands who control them and are protected mostly by Sharia laws? ( which are being tolerated in this country)
British born women and children as young as 6 years being forced to marry elderly men for money and wealth for their families.
British born women and children being forced to have excruciating FGM surgery performed. Some dying and experiencing emotional truma for years.
British born women being tortured and or murdered if they chose to marry a white man.
A rise in abortions due to being able to "chose" the sex of children preferring to abort girls as they are seen as a burden in some of our cherished comunities.
No, no posters showing or discussing these issues at all.